Stay in a Wintry Glass Chalet in the Middle of Manhattan
Talk about a winter wonderland!
The holidays have a certain magic about them, but nowhere more so than in New York City with its many lights and magical window displays.
Stepping the festivity up a notch is the Conrad New York Midtown hotel, which has turned its 1,200-square-foot Atrium Suite into a veritable snow globe in which guests can sip Champagne and celebrate the holidays.
The suite is in high demand throughout the year thanks to its 180-degree views of the city courtesy of its glass-domed living area, but the hotel is upping the ante—and the cozy factor—this winter by giving the ritzy dwelling a cabin vibe.
Available for booking from December 21 through January 31, guests will enjoy faux sheepskin and cowhide rugs, a decorative fireplace, Adirondack chairs, and plenty of Veuve Clicquot Yellow Label.
Those who don't want to leave the comfort of the chalet-style suite can partake in a special in-room menu crafted just for the Winter Suite. The menu includes French-inspired dinners and even more Champagne.
Digs like this don't come cheap. A stay in the Conrad New York Midtown's Winter Suite starts at $3,000 per night. You can find more information here.